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The mortality rate for infants and children under five years also dropped 70.5 percent and 69.8 percent respectively, Wang said. But Wang also pointed out difficulties and challenges in maternal and child healthcare. Greater efforts are needed to
21 Views: 95 Comments: 0 Photo by marica.bg. As of end-December 2013 the population of Bulgaria was 7,245,677 persons representing 1.5% of the EU population, ranking the country at the 16th place immediately after Austria.
Written by Vinay Sitapati Hazaribagh April 17, 2014 12:33 am Village-level health intermediaries such as Manju Di and Amrita Devi have helped reduce Hazaribagh's infant mortality rate. (Photo: Vinay Sitapati) The Indian Express travels to
A Health and Family Planning Commission report revealed that cancer remains the major cause of death amonglocal residents in Beijing for the 7th straight year. It has the same casewithdwellers in Guangzhou, capital of Guangdong province, with 248 out
42 Views: 90 Comments: 0 Bulgaria is ranked sixth in the world in terms of mortality rates in CIA 's World Factbook for March 2014, published on the website of the agency. According to the latest CIA data, death rates in Bulgaria are 14.3 deaths per
The life expectancy of the average American born in 2011 was 78.7 years, according to the U.S...The average lifespan has increased by more than a decade since 1950, but rising obesity rates threaten to take a toll on this progress. In studying the
The Hindu The World Bank estimated that over the last two decades, around 2.5 lakh girls were killed in India each year, because of their gender...Raghunathan The extent of violence against the girl as foetus and infant shows how deep the bias
Technology firms are pairing with the government's village health program to work with rural women.
Gaps between Muslims and the national average on most human development outcomes are narrowing, reflecting their improving condition The Prime Minister's high-level Sachar Committee, which analysed the social, economic and educational status of
ONE Newswise Severe and sometimes fatal lung disease caused by a group of bacteria in the same family as those that cause tuberculosis is much more common than previously thought, with Caucasians 55 and older at greatest risk, report researchers from